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byAnselm, Saint, Archbishop of Canterbury, 1033-1109; Webb, Clement Charles Julian, 1865-1954
CONTENTS Introduction vii Proslogion, or Address to God concerning His Existence 3 Note on the Argument of the Proslogion 46 Preface to the Meditations and Prayers 54 Meditation I. Concerning the Dignity and the Misery of Human Nature 55 Meditation II. Concerning the Terrors of the Day of Judgment. An Incentive to Tears 89 Meditation III. To encourage the Spirit not to fall into despair, since, if we truly repent, we shall without doubt find mercy for all our sins 96 Meditation IV. Concerning... Topics: Devotional literature, Classics of Catholic tradition, Devotional literature, Latin (Medieval and...